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“Night And Fog” (Nuit Et Brouillard), 1955, 32 min. Dir. Alain Resnais. Surely one of the most remarkable, and unforgettable, documentaries ever made, this burst upon a world that was already trying to move away from the memory of the Holocaust. Juxtaposing period footage, contemporary images of the former camps and a haunting narration by writer Jean Cayrol, Resnais attempts to sketch the outline of events all too real and yet still unimaginable. In French with English subtitles.<br /><br /> MON ONCLE D'AMERIQUE, 1980, 125 min. One of Resnais’ biggest successes illustrates the radical theories of human behavioral scientist Henri Laborit by comically studying the interwoven stories of a factory manager (Gerard Depardieu), an aspiring actress (Nicole Garcia) and a politician (Roger Pierre). In French with English subtitles.

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